Schoenhals, Albrecht

ACTOR (GERMANY)
BORN 7 Mar 1888, Mannheim - DIED 5 Dec 1978, Baden-Baden
REAL NAME Schoenhals, Albrecht Moritz James Karl
GRAVE LOCATION Baden-Baden, Baden-Württemberg: Stadtfriedhof

Albrecht Schoenhals grew up in Freiburg and was educated as a physician. In 1920 he debuted on the stage. From 1928 to 1934 he was engaged at the Kammerspielen in Hamburg and in 1934 he weas discovered by the UFA studio's in Berlin and he played his first movie part in "Fürst Woronzeff". In 1934 he married the actress Anneliese Born, with whom he was together until his death.

He appeared in several more movies, among them "Kreuzersonate" (1937). But in 1940 he fell out of favour with Joseph Goebbels after he refused to take the title part in the anti-semitic movie "Jud Süss". In 1969 he made his last movie, "La Caduta Degli Dei" by Visconti.

Related persons
• was teacher to Dammann, Anna

Sources
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Images

Albrecht Schoenhals.
(1937-1938)
Picture by Cine-Allianz

 

The grave of Albrecht Schoenhals at the Stadtfriedhof, Baden-Baden.
Picture by Androom (31 Aug 2008)

 

The grave of Albrecht Schoenhals at the Stadtfriedhof, Baden-Baden.
Picture by Androom (31 Aug 2008)

 

Albrecht Schoenhals.
Picture by Ingeborg Hoppe

 


Schollwer, Edith

Published: 30 Mar 2009
Last update: 11 Dec 2010